As Haldimand County has entered Stage 3, Ruthven Park has decided to remain closed at this time. Staff are working hard to make improvements to our site during these uncertain times to make your next visit to Ruthven Park even better.
Dear members and friends,
We hope you all enjoyed your holiday season and are enjoying their 2020 so far. In January’s newsletter, we welcome Ruthven Park’s new Historic Site Administrator Nancy Van Sas into her new role, a look back at Christmas bird count, and most importantly a look ahead at events coming up.
Family Day is right around the corner, this year we welcome Wildlife Educator Greg Balch and over 100 mounts of Ontario wildlife and hear about the importance of species conservation. March Break camp registration is now open, and we are also looking for summer students.
You can download the newsletter PDF to your computer, laptop, or device, by clicking here: January 2020 Newsletter
We hope you enjoy reading it, and as always we welcome your questions and comments in person, via email, or on the phone and we hope to see you at one of our many upcoming events!
Warm winter wishes,
Ruthven Park staff